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  • Tooth Pain 1

    Relief of Dental Pain

    The withdrawal of over-the-counter medicines that contain codeine has been big news recently. I’ve noticed that our dental patients sometimes have a preference for a particular medication―they are sort of fans of one over the other and that’s just human nature. You might even feel …

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  • Bleeding Gums

    Bleeding Gums

    You’re brushing your teeth and notice a bit of pink when you spit out the toothpaste. You might notice some bleeding when you floss. Although the smallest amount of blood might not seem like a big deal, if your gums are bleeding consistently, you shouldn’t …

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  • Happy New Year!

    Hopefully everyone is settling in to 2018 and what we hope is a safe and prosperous year. This week we are very excited to welcome back two special ladies from their maternity leave. Magdalena our Oral Heath Therapist will be here from Monday to Wednesday …

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  • Christmas Stress Non Edited

    Stress and Your Oral Health

    After a lovely yet stressful time of year you may find that your body may respond to stress from an oral health point of view. Below could be some reasons: The habit of grinding or clenching your teeth, usually while you’re sleeping, is called bruxism. …

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  • Christmas Party 2017

    Recognise these lovely ladies? It was time to swap the surgical scrubs for party frocks on Saturday night for our very festive Christmas celebration dinner. Patrick and Evelyn generously hosted us at the Taphouse here in Moss Vale. So exciting to go out locally to …

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  • Rudolph

    It’s that time of year again when Rudolph appears at the front counter to complete our minimalist approach to Christmas decorating. This handsome guy was made for us by our patient Henrik Lund. How is your festive season shaping up? Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? …

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  • Who wants to go to Hospital?

    Who wants to go to hospital? Not us! There’s an amazing article in the Courier Mail online today. More than 3000 children are being admitted to hospital in Queensland alone each year to have teeth treated or removed in procedures related to preventable tooth decay. …

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  • Cosmeticdentalsmile

    An Investment In Your Smile

      Maybe you have seen how cosmetic dentistry can make a big difference in people’s appearance and self-esteem. But the cost of cosmetic procedures may seem out of reach for your budget. However, I think you should see your smile as an investment in your …

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  • Older People

    Cancer Treatment & Oral Health

    Being told you have cancer can be one of life’s most traumatic events. You will probably have a lot of information about the future, your treatment options and what might happen generally. We find that most of the time your oral health, or how your …

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  • Drinking

    Lifestyle Choices & Their Risks

    If you’re like most people, the odds are good that your idea of a healthy lifestyle begins and ends with making sure you eat lots of fruit and vegetables, and get exercise as much as you can. And while both of these factors are crucially …

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